This morning Kumar Vishwas was expected to announce his quit from Aam Aadmi Party, is attending a meeting of top party leaders. It is not accordingly an indication that Aam Aadmi Party founder-member is been convinced to stay.
Last night after many stormy meetings the Aam Aadmi Party Chief Arvind Kejriwal reaches Kumar Vishwas house in Delhi on Monday mid-night. Kumar Vishwas is agreed to attend the meeting this morning of the Aam Aadmi Party’s Political Affairs Committee or PAC.
According to the source, Kumar Vishwas has several demands, chief among them that Amanatullah Khan, a Delhi legislator who accused him of trying to stage a coup to grab the post of AAP chief, be sacked. He is upset that Mr Khan was only removed from a key party post and has pointed out that if anyone had made allegations against Mr Kejriwal or Mr Sisodia, he would've been thrown out of the Aam Aadmi party.
Last Night Arvind Kejriwal along with Manish Sisodia said, "Kumar Vishwas is an integral part of our movement. He has some grudges. We will convince him." Then they left for Chief Ministers residence on Flagstaff Road, to continue the discussion, Kumar Vishwas was included.
Kumar Vishwas, clearly upset left Arvind Kejriwal’s Home at about 1:30 AM and met his supporters at his residence till early this morning. Without Kumar Vishwas the meeting at Chief Minister’s Bungalow was continued.
At Kumar Vishwas home Arvind Kejriwal arrived for an intervention after an advance party of leaders Ashutosh and Sanjay Singh failed to resolve matters and the meeting turned out to be ugly.
46-year-old Kumar Vishwas a Hindi poet and satirist with a mass following, has hinted that Amanatullah Khan is a proxy for Sanjay Singh, Ashutosh and other top leaders.
Aam Aadmi Party sources meeting his demand says to sack Mr. Khan will be hard as it implicate that others. The supporters of Kumar Vishwas says he will not back down from his demand.
On Tuesday the poet-Politician was teary-eyed as he told to the reporters that he would "take a decision tonight," setting up the expectation of a big announcement today that could further dent the party, already reeling from multiple election defeats, including last week's drubbing in the Delhi civic polls.
Kumar Vishwas reminded the Aam Aadmi Party leadership, with just three people they began a movement, and the three people were – Arvind Kejriwal, Kumar Vishwas and Manish Sisodia
Few years ago Kumar Vishwas praised Prime Minister Narendra Modi which made speculation periodically about Kumar Vishwas quitting Aam Aadmi Party and to join BJP party. Yesterday, Kumar Vishwas said as he feel no need to apologise for praising the PM.